Families of Terrorists See No Evil, Speak No Evil

Amid all the furor over Islamic terrorism in the United States, a few themes are ignored: the role of friends and family of terrorists, and how well the U.S had treated many of those who went on to kill Americans.

Take, for example, the family members of Tashfeen Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook, who recently murdered 14 people and wounded 21 in San Bernardino before being killed by police. The New York Times recently contacted Malik’s sister in Pakistan, Fehda Malik, who insisted that her sister was not an extremist, “She knew what was right and wrong,” Fehda Malik said.

  • Shebel

    Is that Obama’s Daddy?

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Donald Trump caught a lot of flak from his rivals for suggesting that the families of terrorists receive equal punishment. On this issue, like so many others on which he was branded an extremist, he has been vindicated.

    • Alain

      How right he was.

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  • Gary

    For years now CAIR has asked muslims to avoid helping the FBI and they haven’t been shy about it because they put leaflets of the tables for the events the sponsor.